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  1. Well, yes, that "What's Your Name" song is pretty catchy It doesn't exactly remove the ear-splitting noise producted by the song I pointed out though!
  2. I can't believe nobody's mentioned this so far! San Francisco Rush for N64 ...Seriously. Try listening to this for more than 30 seconds without clawing your ears off and burning them so that the awful sounds can never trouble you again. Sad thing is, I loved that game...but the music! GAH! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p0_Jn1vqnDk
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    Exactly! The two games get a lot of bad press, but in reality they aren't all that bad. It's a shame the media, along with the fanboys and the word of mouth guys, blow it all out of proportion. No doubt this kind of stuff hurts sales too, which is even more a shame. So yes, Bayonetta PS3 is by no means broken or unplayable or a piece of trash with poor graphics and horrible load times. It's just a great game with a few flaws (eg: Loading) that shouldn't be there, and should be fixed soon enough. This is also reminding me of the game Condemned 2: Bloodshot, for PS3...it was also a SEGA game, s
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    Yep, Sega did kinda shit on it...but like I said, it's still a damn fine game, and still a whole load of fun to play. High recommendations, even if you have to get the PS3 version It's funny though, how this game reminds me of the PS3 version of The Orange Box. All you ever hear about the PS3 version is that it's "far inferior" to the 360 version...and yet I just don't see it. I see a few problems with a tiny bit of slowdown (As opposed to the "massive slowdown" I'm always hearing about), and there is a sound clipping glitch that's really annoying. The load times also take a little longer tha
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    Thought I might chip in on my opinion of the PS3 version... The graphics, I see no problem with whatsoever; they're beautiful, they're VERY well-done, everything runs at a great speed, and I didn't catch too much slowdown... The problem I have with the game is the LOADING. Ohhh sweet god, the constant LOADING! This game has to load to do ANYTHING. I actually counted a five-second load just to bring up the pause menu. There was one point where I was fighting a tough boss...and I died several times, but the thing is, there's a cutscene right before the boss. What I ended up having to do was open
  6. Didn't think about that. They *do* get shafted a lot, don't they? I know I feel sorry for 'em when I jump onto my European PSN account every week only to see the things that were released the week prior popping up on there. I can't actually think of any other European exclusives, now that I think about it.
  7. Schwaltzvald, just wanted to chip in my two cents; the Issac Clarke costume is probably in there because Dante's Inferno is being developed by the same studio within EA that did Dead Space. It doesn't seem like EA is shoehorning the guy in there for no reason, but rather Visceral Games (Formerly EA Redwood Shores) wanted to plug their other franchise Either way, it stinks that only Europe gets it. Ah well...least I'm a PS3 owner, so I actually *GET* a special edition at all, eh?
  8. Strange, I usually read your posts especially, top to bottom....but that one must've squeaked by! Thanks for the info Over 300 adaptations though...yeowch.
  9. And...an Elvis Presley version. He do this song originally? And good god, a Pet Shop Boys version? This song's really gotten around, eh?
  10. Origins was pretty good, yes It was by no means a "bad" game; it just wasn't long enough, or maybe fresh enough for a lot of fans...and I can see why they might take issue with that. Seems like the game was a kind of "greatest hits" of the series, all mixed up and taking cues from various games in the series. The Sanitarium had a SH2 vibe to it, while the Motel felt very SH1-SH3ish, for instance. I still really enjoyed myself with it, and I've gotta say it was the very first portable game that has *EVER* managed to freak me out. It's still the only one that's ever been able to do so. You'd th
  11. Ohhh man, bad news... http://www.aeropause.com/2009/11/akira-yamaoka-leaves-konami-after-16-years/ Apparently, Akira Yamaoka left Konami. Not sure where he's going, or if this is even fully real (Kotaku branded it a rumor), but I really hope this isn't true. I'm not sure where the Silent Hill series could go without his trademark sound. This...sucks.
  12. This is wonderful music right here; I'd had no idea a french horn could be so versatile, and portray this wide an array of moods And one thing that really impressed me is how well all the tracks are blended into one another, not to mention that this is all performed by one guy You've got an awful lot of talent! Great job!
  13. As far as game-to-film adaptations go, Silent Hill was definitely one of the better ones. I hope they don't continue the story from the first film though; that would be...meh. Good to see this thread back up though
  14. Try Toy Commander, Power Stone, or Hydro Thunder too Most of the other gems have been covered. Probably the biggest use I have of my Dreamcast currently, is that of emulation...Now, I don't think it's allowed to actually post sites for the emulators and especially for the roms, but I recommend you Google "NesterDC SE" NesterDC SE is just...wow, it's incredible. The emulator comes with a program that lets you take bundles of ROM files, and then it will automatically encode them onto a standalone CD, for use in your Dreamcast. The program will automatically grab .NSF soundtrack files (For use i
  15. I use this weird program called Game Collector Pro to keep track of my collection. Sure, it normally costs $30, but I used this weird TrialPay thing to get it for free. It's fun to enter in stuff, and then get a picture of the box art and a description of each game too; I enter in a new one every time I get a new game. The thing can use a barcode scanner too, but...I don't have one of those. Oh well. http://www.collectorz.com/game/?from=google&keyword=game%20collector%20pro&gclid=CPGToc6B5ZoCFRYpFQodl3OdBQ It says I have a total of 384 games, and that's not including things I've bough
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